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||Quantitative studies of toxin in the stools and jejunal aspirates of patients with cholera
||Aziz, K.M.S.; Mosley, Wiley Henly
||The question of classical cholera[letter]
||Cook, Warren L.; Wachsmuth, Kaye; Feeley, John; Huq, Imdadul
||Randimized clinical trial to compare efficacy of ampcillin and hirtacin in shigellosis
||Jahan, Khurshid; Alam, A.N.; Ahmed, Luthfor; Haider, Rukhsana; Ahmed, Kamaluddin; Aziz, K.M.S.
||Randomised comparision of maternal and infant immunization strategies to prevent pneumococcal disease
||Nigar, Shahid S.
||Randomised comparison of ciprofloxacin suspension and pivmecillinam for childhood shigellosis
||Salam, Mohammed Abdus; Dhar, Ujjwal; Khan, Wasif Ali; Bennish, Michael L.
||Randomised controlled comparison of single-dose ciprofloxacin and doxycycline for cholera caused by Vibrio cholerae 01 or 0139
||Khan, Wasif Ali; Bennish, Michael L.; Seas, Carios; Khan, Eradul Haq; Ronan, Anne; Dhar, Ujjwal; Busch, Witheim; Salam, Mohammed Abdus
||A randomised controlled trial of the effect of zinc supplementation on the mental development of Bangladeshi infants(abstract)
||Hamadani, J.D.; Fuchs, G.J.; Osendarp, S.M.; Khatun, F.; Huda, S.N.; Grantham-McGregor, S.M.
||Randomised controlled trial of zinc supplementation in malnourished Bangladeshi children with acute diarrhoea
||Roy, S.K.; Tomkins, A.M.; Akramuzzaman, S.M.; Behrens, R.H.; Haider, R.; Mahalanabis, D.; Fuchs, G.
||Randomised, placebo-controlled, clinical trial of hyperimmunished chicken egg yolk immunoglobulin in children with rotavirus diarrhoea[abstract]
||Sarker, S.A.; Casswall, T.H.; Juneja, R.L.; Hoq, E.; Fuchs, G.J.; Hammarstrom, L.
||A randomized clinical trial to compare the efficacy of erythromycin, ampicillin and tetracycline for the treatment of cholera in children
||Roy, S.K.; Islam, A.; Ali, R.; Islam, K.E.; Khan, R.A.; Ara, S.H.; Saifuddin, N.M.; Fuchs, G.J.
||Randomized, controlled clinical trial of day-care based and hospitalized management of severe pneumonia in children
||Ashraf, Hasan; Salam, M. A.
||Randomized, controlled, clinical trial of rice versus glucose oral rehydration solutions in infants and young children with acute watery diarrhoea
||Faruque, A.S.G.; Hoque, S.S.; Fuchs, G.J.; Mahalanabis, Dilip
||A randomized controlled clinical trial of zinc, vitamin A or both in undernourished children with persistent diarrhea in Bangladesh
||Khatun, U.H.F.; Malek, M.A.; Black, R.E.; Sarkar, N.R.; Wahed, M.A.; Fuchs, G.; Roy, S.K.
||Randomized, controlled trial of berberiane to inhibit fluid loss in non-cholera diarrhoea
||Rabbani, G.H.; Butler, T.
||Randomized controlled trial of berberine sulfate therapy for diarrhea due to enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli and Vibrio cholerae
||Rabbani, G.H.; Butler, Thomas; Knight, Joseph; Sanyal, S.C.; Alam, Khorshed
||Randomized, controlled trial of berberine to inhibit fluid loss in non-cholera diarrhoea
||Rabbani, G.H.; Butler, T.
||Randomized controlled trial of the effect of zinc supplementation on the mental development of Bangladeshi infants
||Hamadani, J.D.; Fuchs, G.J.; Osendarp, S.J.; Khatun, F.; Huda, S.N.; Grantham-McGregor, S.M.
||A randomized, controlled trial of the toxin-blocking effects of B subunit in family members of patients with cholera
||Glass, Roger I.; Holmgren, Jan; Khan, M.R.; Hossain, K.M. Belayet; Huq, M. Imdadul; Greenough, W.B.
||Randomized, double-blind comparison of the efficacy and safety of a 5 days versus a 3 day course of ciprofloxacin suspension inthe treatment of shigella dysenteriae type 1 dysentery
||Salam, Mohammed Abdus
||Randomized, double-blind controled trial of wheat flour(Chapatti) fortified with vitamin A and iron in improving vitamin A and Iron status in healthy, school aged children in rural Bangladesh
||Rahman, Ahmed Shafiqur; Sack, David; Quayium, M.A.; Khanam, Parveen A; Wahed, M.A.; Roy, S.K.; Alam, M.S.
||Randomized, double-blind, controlled clinical trial to compare the efficacy of a single dose of azithromycin versus a 3 day mulple dose of crythromycin in the treatment of childhood cholera due to V. cholerae O1 or O139
||Khan, Wasif Ali